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2003 olds Alero - when pumping my brakes I get pressure,2 seconds later there's no petel, I put new master cylinder,lines,pads, caliber's,rezavor, and vac hose,

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If all the parts have been replaced the and you still have the problem I would check the bleeder valves and make sure they are tight . It sounds like you have a pressure leak some where. Double check all connections and vac lines as well. Hope this helps Good Luck

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